CIIN unveils insurance broking book to enhance knowledge

From left: Council Member, Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria, Mrs Yinka Adekoya; former President Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, Mrs. Laide Osijo and President Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria Edwin Igbiti at the event.

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Chuks Udo Okonta

As broking is part of the curriculum of studies for qualification to become a chartered insurer in Nigeria, a new course books on its practice has been publicly presented by the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria (CIIN).

The books, which cover the 3-stage exams of the CIIN, namely; foundation, intermediary and associateship were launched at the Elders’ Forum of the Institute held yesterday in Lagos.

In order to berth this aspiration, the CIIN forged collaboration with the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers for significant inputs and endorsement.

The President of the Institute, Edwin Igbiti, while launching the book explained that with the introduction of the Insurance Broking Course, students could now specialize on Insurance Broking added that the post qualification routes are being followed to ensure that qualified professionals specialize in their desired area.

Earlier, the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, through the Executive Secretary, Tope Adaramola had disclosed the delight of the Governing Board under the leadership of Mr. Rotimi Edu for the introduction of the courses across the three stage level examinations of the institute.

According to him, those who wished to specialize in Broking could now do so through qualifying examination starting from the April 2023 Examination Diet of the CIIN.

The President of the Council, Rotimi Edu who applauded the Institute for the initiative, said the content of the Insurance Broking profession would be enriched with the solid professional and intellectual content which would position them effectively to meet the changing needs of insurance clients

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